• Microsoft Reportedly Poised to Introduce New Xbox Live Subscription TV Service

    Microsoft may be looking to rock the world of Internet-based live TV subscription services this week at the E3 conference. A lot of attention has centered upon E3 this year, given that major press conferences from Ubisoft, Microsoft and Electronic arts are on tap for the coming days. Although rumors have persisted for weeks that …   Read More

  • Netflix Inks Streaming Content Deal With Miramax

    On Monday, Netflix announced the latest partnership between the juggernaut Internet subscription service and a major Hollywood player. Netflix and Miramax, the prominent film and television studio with a library of more than 700 motion pictures, is unveiling a multi-year agreement under which Netflix members in the US will be able to instantly watch some …   Read More

  • Geodesic Brings Mobile TV Access to Any Internet Capable Mobile Device

    Geodesic Limited, a provider of mobile and desktop solutions for instant messaging, VoIP and Internet radio, is launching what may very well prove to be the firm’s biggest venture yet. On Monday, the company rolled out its newest product, Mundu TV. The service allows users to access live and archived television content, video programming, movies …   Read More

  • Motorola Mobility Plans Acquisition of Internet TV Company Dreampark

    This week, Motorola Mobility announced that the company has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Dreampark, a IPTV software provider based out of Sweden. Terms of the deal were not disclosed regarding the proposal, which is expected to close during the second quarter of this year. Why Dreampark? Motorola Mobility is clearly interested in the …   Read More

  • NCAA March Madness Delving Deeper into Mobile

    If it seems that with each passing year March Madness grows more closely aligned with the mobile technologies and platforms that can bring NCAA content to the masses, you’re absolutely right. And 2011 looks to be no different. On Thursday, Turner Sports, CBS Sports and the NCAA announced the newly enhanced NCAA March Madness on …   Read More

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    Netflix Tops 20 Million Subscribers Becoming Largest Subscription-Based US Company

    If Netflix wasn’t a giant in its field before, it certainly is now. Netflix has become the largest subscription-based company in the U.S. As reported by Business Insider, Netflix’s Q4 subscriber growth “beat the Street,” passing 20 million subscribers for the first time. During 2010, Netflix gained 7.7 million subscribers, far better than the 2.9 …   Read More

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    ESPN ID Gets ‘Bundled’ Up By Sprint

    ESPN is becoming a much bigger part of the Sprint family. This week, the sports media juggernaut announced it is the newest member of the Sprint ID app bundle program. As a result, sports fans will be privy to a customizable sports news and multimedia package serving up both free and premium content. Sprint ID …   Read More

  • Comcast to Stream Xfinity TV to Tablets

    Comcast is taking its Xfinity TV platform to the next level by beginning to stream television content to tablets later this year. According to J T. Ramsay, Chief Blogger, Comcast Corporation, live TV streaming on tablet devices in-the-home is “coming soon.” As a result, customers with tablets and a wireless router will be able to …   Read More